An online sharing session on water saving initiatives by Dr. Hong Chern Wern from Water Watch Penang, in partnership with Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kampar Campus was successfully conducted with an average of 80 live audiences while generated nearly 800 views.Continue reading
In conjunction of World Water Day 2021, Water Watch Penang is joining the bandwagon to celebrate this annual event with partners Malaysia. This year’s theme ‘Valuing Water’ is about emphasising the need of water for different purposes, in your home, in your workspace, food production, religious activity, businesses and many more.Continue reading
The President of Water Watch Penang, Prof Dr. Chan Ngai Weng, will be celebrating the World Water Day by becoming one of the panellists to discuss about ‘what water means to people, its true value and how we can better protect this vital resource’.
Registration link is provided below.
“This is a day dedicated to solidarity – when diverse communities around the world come together with one voice to say that rivers matter. That communities having access to clean and flowing water matters. That everyone should have a say in decisions that affect their water and their lives. That it’s our time to stand up for these rights, now more than ever” (Source: https://www.internationalrivers.org/)Continue reading
In addition to learning about river and water quality monitoring, the interns of Water Watch Penang had the opportunity to learn about drone operation. To keep up with the IR4.0, the current graduates are expected to be well equipped and enhance with extra technical skills and knowledge.Continue reading